Event Company Party for TikTok in @wonderlanddreamland by @alexameadeart - Wonderland Dreams by Alexa Meade


Wonderland Dreams by Alexa Meade brings to life the story of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland through boldly painted art installations, creating a whimsical world that plays with our perspective of art and reality. Fall down the rabbit hole into a world of secret rose gardens, mad tea parties, and a living art gallery that puts you inside the frame.


Located at 529 Fifth Avenue, just steps from NYC’s Bryant Park, every inch of the 26,000 square foot exhibition space Wonderland Dreams is hand-painted from floor to ceiling, letting visitors walk inside a multi-dimensional work of art.

Alexa‘s immersive exhibit Wonderland Dreams is now available for corporate and private events with a full capacity buy-out of maximum 300 people. Elevate your next event with this incredible space.

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Alexa Meade is celebrated for developing a style of painting on the human body and within three-dimensional spaces, creating the illusion that our reality is a two-dimensional work of art.

You may have seen Alexa’s work in one of her immersive interactive art installation projects that went viral on Instagram or in Ariana Grande’s VMA-nominated video, God Is A Woman, which has more than 250 million views. Her vibrant and colorful work is hard to miss, easy to recognize, and stands out in a crowd.


In corporate event settings her work is customized to incorporate attendees, who have opportunities to photograph themselves within the artwork, and to post photos for colleagues and friends through social media outlets. The photographs inevitably go viral on social media platforms, thereby extending the memories and publicity buzz of the event.

Alexa Meade has created immersive art installations for experiential events and brands around the world including: Artist in Residence for Google, Adidas at Coachella, at the Oculus in NYC for Bayer, for Patrón in Los Angeles, and for BASF in Germany and BMW in China.